Monthly Archives: December 2013


Diversity and SMP Volunteers By Anita Nahal, Ph.D., CDP, and SMP NJ Volunteer

When Ms. Joanne Bartosik, Coordinator of Volunteers, asked me to speak with Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) New Jersey volunteers about diversity, I was excited to share my views with them. The presentation, and conversation afterwards with the volunteers, went very well! Below is a snippet from the presentation. My definition […]


Why We Have It All Wrong: The Right Response to the Changing Nature of Diversity and Inclusion

By Leah Smiley I would like to present a different way of thinking about diversity and inclusion. My assertion is that many of us have it all wrong in our understanding of, and approach to, the changing nature of diversity and inclusion (D&I). Last week’s Twitter-Gate scandal involving Justine Sacco, […]


More Employers Strategically Leveraging Diversity Through Specialized Education

The Institute for Diversity Certification conferred diversity credentials to 29 new designees, the largest group yet About 60% of Fortune 500 companies currently have a Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) or executive role designated for diversity, according to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal.  Many of these employers expect […]